responsive design

This post assumes familiarity with both the Facebook’s React and Redux. Web applications often have forms, and users have come to expect an increasingly rich feature set to improve their user experience. Implementing a particular feature or set of features for a simple or moderate size form isn’t necessarily time intensive; however, some projects have large, complex forms that can span several to many pages with dynamic user flows. Forms have a lot of state which may be relevant at a given moment: Has the user accessed any or all of the form? What are the values of the fields?…

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It’s always exciting for a UI Designer to get a UI Concept approved. But then, you need to weave business logic into those beautifully designed page concepts.This can be a complicated task, particularly in integrated web applications. Financial, medical, or business workflows often have business rules or regulatory constraints that add complexity and risk. The transition from the design layer to the business logic layer to the data layer is vital for a successful web application.  If not approached correctly these transition points can severely bog down project momentum.  There are various approaches to this transition. In some projects, the…

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There is a lot of talk these days about responsive design, and for good reason.  Most large websites out there have seen huge upticks in their mobile traffic over the past year.  Not only that, but the trend seems to be increasing.  Some estimates claim that the majority of web traffic will be viewed on mobile devices by 2016.    We are seeing this growth here at Surge too.  In fact, just over the past six months, mobile visits to our company site are up over 25%.  This certainly appears to be a trend that will only continue, and it is…

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